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    Hi there how long does it to take this engine out of the bike
    Just wondering

    Darren

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    there are some good youtube vids showing whats involved darren, have you checked the rear timing chain ?

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    Well hello there, my Suzuki* is playing* up again, on Bank holiday* Monday* coming back from Redditch* meet, the bike decided to come to a stop, what happened?About 20 miles from Bristol, I heard a noise in the engine* department, straight* away pull over onto the hard shoulder, then the bike cut out completely* Won't start again and the funny thing no neutral* light on dashboard. So I call the AA for rescue, after 1hr and 50 mins the calvary* appeared, the patrolman* then ask me to start the engine, strange* thing happen then, the neutral* light came back on and it started, but the bike sounded* lumpy, anyway onto the garage. Well today I have found out there is no compression* on rear cylinder, he has put a camera* down to check the piston* and the barrel* and that is ok,so next job off with top head to check what is going on in that department
    Well they say this things* happen* in three and this is the third time broken* down, so now I have to wait till the middle of September* for him to start working* on the bike and to see what* damage has been* done*
    Darren***

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    Has anyone taken the engine out
    And how long are you looking at

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    Hello dar1800,

    I don't want to hijack your post but what brand of Windscreen is that on your bike?

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    I've done it in 5 hours. But it was my second time doing it. I'd say 4-8 hours depending on your competence level and if you have any issues.

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    Hi there I'm looking at a mechanic who I've know
    To tackle this job so hopefully it wont take him too long

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    I don’t no how far you are from Indianapolis Indiana
    I would take it to Matt. futurR
    He knows more about our bikes than any regular mechanic
    It would be worth it in the long run.
    just go to his profile his # is their
    he is very easy to talk to and is a great person ,call him see what he says.
    bike shipping is pretty cheap.
    He is are president of M109riders and has rebuilt plenty of M109r s
    he s probably working on 1 right now!

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    I believe that he's in the UK

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Prospector View Post
    I believe that he's in the UK
    Well I was trying that’s a long way from Indianapolis Lol
    It’s funny how all the new members don’t have where they’re from on
    their listing!
    They have such a good looking bike . Good luck

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